New York Consolidated Laws, Family Court Act - FCT § 1086. Purpose

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The purpose of this article is to establish uniform procedures for permanency hearings for all children who are placed in foster care pursuant to section three hundred fifty-eight-a, three hundred eighty-four or three hundred eighty-four-a of the social services law or pursuant to section one thousand twenty-two, one thousand twenty-seven, one thousand fifty-two, one thousand eighty-nine, one thousand ninety-one, one thousand ninety-four or one thousand ninety-five of this act;  children who are directly placed with a relative pursuant to section one thousand seventeen or one thousand fifty-five of this act;  and children who are freed for adoption.  It is meant to provide children placed out of their homes timely and effective judicial review that promotes permanency, safety and well-being in their lives.

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